B. Tyler Henry, plant manager of the New Haven Arms Company, developed a .44 caliber rim-fire cartridge and redesigned the old Volcanic lever-action to fire it the year the Civil War began. Only about 1,700 Henry rifles were ever issued to Union troops. However, the Henry rifle?s battlefield reputation quickly grew and Southern troops dubbed it ?that tarnation Yankee rifle that they load on Sunday and shoot all week.?
After the Civil War, the Henry went West. In fact, there was more than one Henry rifle in the thick of the fight at the Battle of Little Big Horn, but unfortunately for Custer, all of the Henrys were on the side of the Indians. The first Henry rifles were bronze-framed, but eventually the ?Iron Frame? Henry was produced for more rugged service. Uberti produces two classic brass-framed and two of the iron-framed Henrys, chambered in .44/40 and .45 Colt.
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